80 movies !!

Discussion in 'VF.TV' started by Akora, Sep 18, 2001.

  1. Akora

    Akora Active Member

    I found one cool Korean VF site.
    They're storing around 80 movies about korean VFers' play under test version. damn I love this.

    www.tbzone.co.kr

    Select VF4 and click the 'Download' on the menu tab.. and then just have some fun, guys.
     
  2. jackybrothas

    jackybrothas Well-Known Member

    woaw what a site!
     
  3. AlexMD

    AlexMD Well-Known Member Content Manager Lei

    wow, good luck trying to mirror all this Feixa Q /versus/images/icons/laugh.gif.....are you gonna start deleting some of the old clips to make space for new stuff btw? /versus/images/icons/wink.gif
     
  4. BK__

    BK__ Well-Known Member

    good work!! flash website..
     
  5. gribbly

    gribbly Well-Known Member

    vf .mp3s

    By following a link from that site, I came across this one, which has heaps of (well encoded) vf3 soundtrack .mp3s

    <A target="_blank" HREF=http://narae.kangwon.ac.kr/~bw001838/yuni2.html>http://narae.kangwon.ac.kr/~bw001838/yuni2.html</A>

    I figure I get to download 'em since I've got the music on the TB cd already :)
     
  6. feixaq

    feixaq Well-Known Member

    Very nice site. Me like! Thanks for the heads up, Akora.

    I had a little difficulty getting access to the movie download section; probably due to the high traffic to their web/FTP server. I can indeed download and mirror all the clips -- I have 6Mbps downstream in the office, roughly 750k/sec, and more than enough hard drive space on the FTP server. But, given that all these movies are conveniently stored at one URL, I think it makes better sense to just provide a link to <A target="_blank" HREF=http://www.tbzone.co.kr>http://www.tbzone.co.kr</A> than to reinvent the wheel in this case /versus/images/icons/smile.gif


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  7. Akora

    Akora Active Member

    Yeah, right, FeixaQ, your decision makes sense.
    btw, damn, the player's in the clips are too brutal..
    When playing VF4 for the first time in Seoul, I coudln't play that fast and react like lightening. Did you see Shun's play among the clips? they're too speedy for me to fight with... Old brain with slow fingers, shit....Time to retire.... yeah, I'm drunk.
     
  8. feixaq

    feixaq Well-Known Member

    I still can't access the movie downloads section, unfortunately. Gonna keep trying though...


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  9. Guest

    Guest Guest

    WOW... the Lei Fei player is very impressive - is this the Akira Kid (Korean and World VF champ) everyone was talking about earlier? According to the Korean report, his Lei Fei fights like a kungfu movie character, with great speed and flowing transition between stances. That would be an apt description of the style this Lei Fei has developed.

    The files are lei_vs_jeffry.avi and lei_vs_akira.avi

    BTW, The server only seems to be up when I check around 12 AM Pacific (US) and later.
     
  10. feixaq

    feixaq Well-Known Member

    Okay, I finally managed to get some downloads going. Good stuff. I'll probably archive all 80 clips before the day is up /versus/images/icons/smile.gif

    P.S. Sustained 100k/sec downloads is A Good Thing(tm).

    [​IMG]<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1>Edited by FeixaQ on 09/19/01 01:29 PM (server time).</FONT></P>
     
  11. ice-9

    ice-9 Well-Known Member

    100 kb/sec?? I'm only getting 25 kb/sec here.

    Anyway, I've downloaded some of the clips, and they're on the whole very good. The first set I went to, of course, were the Kage clips.

    Things I learned:

    - TFT -> b+P,K combos take about the same amount of damage as the knee...and it seems to push the opponent further out!

    - P+K on counter floats high enough for a P,P,b+P,K! I think the opponent has to be crouching as well though.

    - Kage's moves from that Jumanji stance are VERY good.

    Things I wonder:

    - That elbow looks slower in these test versions. Anyone else think so?

    The next set I went to were the Aoi clips, since we've seen so little of her so far. What I learned: The person who played her isn't very good at all.

    I then downloaded the Lei clips that someone else above recommended. What I learned: Yowza! Lei looks hot! It definitely looks like Akira Kid manipulating Lei's stances like Hwoarang.

    I also checked out some Jeffry clips, but unfortunately the Jeffry in those matches were usually on the defensive, so there wasn't much offensive flow. However, E -> P+K+G (do we have a shorthand for this? DA for dodge attack? Any name gurus want to propose something?) combos into f,f+P,P. Surely Jeffry's DA is better than some people initially suspected.
     
  12. feixaq

    feixaq Well-Known Member

    Yep, 100k/sec x 2 clips simultaneously. I love the new 6mbps DSL line they put into the office /versus/images/icons/smile.gif

    Kage...

    TFT ~ b+P,K ~ P ~ d+P+K seemed to be the combo of choice for Kage in the clips. I still like my own TFT ~ Knee ~ PPE ~ d+P,K though... hehe

    P+K on counter floats? Um, I think you mean VF3's P+K, which has been modified to df+P in VF4 (recovers in crouch position). It doesn't need a counter, df+P floats the opponent with a normal hit. The PPEK after df+P sometimes doesn't connect, I prefer to use df+P ~ P ~ d+P+K,K

    You also see the Kage player trying for PPEK after (TT) P+K,K... but the first two P's don't connect. IMHO, d+P+K, K is a better followup in this case...

    Elbow *seems* to be slower in test than in final version, but I can't say for sure.

    Jumonji elbow and Jumonji side kick are great because Kage moves forward with each attack, so if you stagger the opponent, you get to press the initiative.


    Aoi... I don't really play her very much, unfortunately.


    Lei Fei... the clips are fun to watch, but (to me at least) the Akira clips were more impressive than the Lei Fei clips for some reason... probably due to the highly accurate DLC and other followups.


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  13. ice-9

    ice-9 Well-Known Member

    d/f P, P K, you know what I mean. Heh heh, no counter necessary eh? I mentioned the crouching thing because I noticed that the PPEK connected when the opponent was hit while crouching, but the second time the EK whiffed and the opponent was hit standing.

    I haven't gotten to Akira yet but I have finished downloading all the Pai clips...overall, they don't show much beyond what we've already seen (and considerably less than previous Pai clips from elsewhere), but one thing that I noticed was the b P -> crumple stagger -> pounce. This took about 30% !!

    The Lion ones were OK, and I thought looked better than Chibita. One of the clips showed that Lion could still be played in a confusing, semi-random manner of dodges and knock downs.

    The Sarah clips were alright, nothing special; previous Sarah clips were more revealing.

    Just starting on the Shun clips...
     
  14. feixaq

    feixaq Well-Known Member

    Speaking of crumple stagger... there's an interesting Jacky clip where Jacky follows up a k.d. attack with the lightning kick #2 (ending in low kick), all 5 kicks connecting. That looked pretty cool.

    Lion was toned down by the time Chibita played in the Kanispo tournament -- the almighty df P K in VF4test no longer knocks down in ver.B (yay!)


    P.S. Kudos to the <A target="_blank" HREF=http://tbzone.co.kr>TBzone</A> team for filming and hosting 1.35GB(!!) worth of clips!

    P.P.S. Ice-9 or Myke, any chance that someday, editing a post will not cause the plus signs to be dropped...?

    [​IMG]<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1>Edited by FeixaQ on 09/19/01 07:23 PM (server time).</FONT></P>
     
  15. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Check out the wolf clips ~~ Those knee or shoulder combos are more deadly than vf3tb.

    A simple knee or shoulder -> p,p,f+p,b+p -> u+p will take 50%??!! Dunno if it will work on version b. Any one wanna comment about this?????

    Btw, you won't see a single KS in the clips .. just all GS .. hhmm
     
  16. ghostdog

    ghostdog Well-Known Member

    100 kb/sec?? I'm only getting 25 kb/sec here.

    Heh heh, I'm only getting 2~3 kb/sec here./versus/images/icons/blush.gif

    At that rate, I've only dl'ed one clip, sarah_vs_akira01.avi.
    I guess I'll get to the Kage clips in about a week!




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  17. Daniel Thomas

    Daniel Thomas Well-Known Member

    I don't know about everyone else, but the download times on my computer has been horribly slow. Not only that, but once a video clip is loaded, the playback is extremely slow and jerky. It's not even worth the effort for me (it's a great webside, besides this).

    Maybe what someone should do is port over a few clips to their own sites, where downloads are faster. Not all 80+ movies; maybe a selection of the best ones.

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  18. Akora

    Akora Active Member

    Air combo starting from knee or short shoulder seems to have been adjusted in ver B for now, I heard from my japanese friend. but if not, yeah, it's too much damage and so game will be so monotonous.
    In addition, Wolf's dodging throw was kind of a fraud on the test version. he was absorbing everything with it, whom we called the f*ckin' vacuum cleaner. yeah, it really worked in every circumstances when I saw at least..
     
  19. ice-9

    ice-9 Well-Known Member

    Aight, I've finished downloading the Shun, Wolf and Akira clips. Just to continue on my brief comments....

    The Shun clips were not very noteworthy; I thought the previous clips of Shun were better (i.e. the Shun was more interesting), even though the quality of these are thankfully much better.

    Someone already pointed out Wolf's tremendously damaging knee/SS -> P,P,f+P,b+P -> pounce. On counter, the combo, minus the pounce took off 50%! With the pounce, 50%+? Wow, that's insane, and the range is pretty good too.

    Something else that took insane damage is the arm bar (counter?) -> pounce, which took about 40% damage. I noticed this one Wolf vs Shun match where Shun missed his flying headbutt. Instead of going for a throw, the Wolf player did the arm bar pounce combo, which almost took as much as a HCB+P+G throw.

    Overall, it really felt like using pounces when the defender is unable to QR/TR is really important. Another example was one Jeffry who had a d+K+G knockdown -> pounce...over 30%! There is of course also Wolf's f,d+K -> pounce, which takes a neat ~20-25%.

    Chris, you were right, the Akira clips were overall very good, especially the Akira versus Akira series. I finally got to check out that new Akira Special--is it in Version B?

    The clips do show the Akira player connecting the SDE after the various RBC setups with high frequency...I remember writing that in my original mammoth report. See, I wasn't bullshitting.

    The one thing I really liked though was Akira's low kick cancel stuff...it's some fancy looking shit, and very stylish.

    Aight, moving on to the rest of the clips....
     
  20. ice-9

    ice-9 Well-Known Member

    Oh yeah, that reminds, one thing I forgot to mention: I think there was only one time that a low punch did not precede a GS...and it sure felt like there were many more vacuum cleaner attempts than GS attempts. The clips so far definitely show that throws have been de-emphasized...very few successful throws in the clips.
     

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